The Power of MythBook - 1988
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"When a judge walks into the [court] room, and everybody stands up, you're not standing up to that [person], you're standing up to the robe that he's wearing and the role that he's going to play. What makes him worthy of that role is his integrity, as a representative of the principles of that role, and not some group of prejudices of his own. So what you're standing up to is a mythological character. ... When someone becomes a judge, or President of the United States, the man is no longer that man, he's the representative of an eternal office; he has to sacrifice his personal desires and even life possibilities to the role that he now signifies." (p. 12) - [published in 1988 and still relevant in 2018]
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